Apple will hold a “One More Thing” event on November 10
Today Apple announced that it will hold its third press conference, “One More Thing” event this fall on November 10th. Of course, like the first two, this is also a virtual press conference that will be conducted through a webcast.
This may also be the reason why Apple is willing to hold multiple conferences in a row. After all, the webcast can record clips in advance, and does not require users and media to go to the field, do not need to prepare venues, food, and other content.
Apple has launched a new Apple Watch and a new iPad tablet in the September conference, and the October conference is mainly the iPhone 12, so the November conference should be the Mac series.
At the WWDC Developers Conference, Apple has announced that it will convert its Mac series products to equipped with ARM chips. At that time, Apple promised to sell the first batch of Mac products equipped with ARM processors by the end of the year. Therefore, this conference is likely to launch base-ARM Mac products.
Of course, in addition to the Mac, there are other products that can be updated. For example, Apple recently updated the iPad and iPad Air, so it is estimated that a new iPad Pro will be launched at this conference. After all, the iPad Air already uses the A14 Bionic chip, and the old iPad Pro still uses the A12Z, so if a new iPad Pro is to be launched, the chip may be the same as the Mac.